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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    [quote author=C Mac D link=topic=41996.msg719433#msg719433 date=1202480578]
    [quote author=SKOL link=topic=41996.msg719367#msg719367 date=1202450736]
    [quote author=C Mac D link=topic=41996.msg719364#msg719364 date=1202447755]
    BTW... what was Belichik's record before he came to the Pats?
    CLE 1991 6 10 0 .375 3rd in AFC Central - - - -
    CLE 1992 7 9 0 .438 3rd in AFC Central - - - -
    CLE 1993 7 9 0 .438 3rd in AFC Central - - - -
    CLE 1994 11 5 0 .688 2nd in AFC Central 1 1 .500 Wild card; lost to Pittsburgh Steelers in AFC Divisional Game.
    CLE 1995 5 11 0 .313 4th in AFC Central - - -


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Belichick
    I guess it helps to have camera's filming the other team's warm-ups and play calls...
    And Tom Brady.

    =Z=
    Yeah, Tom Brady is great when he knows what defenses are going to be called... good point.

    This is what kills me here.
    Where on earth do people get the idea that Tom Brady would know what defense is going to be called?
    It isn't like they were taping the calls going in and then relaying them directly up to the booth and into Brady's headset.

    [/quote]

    God, I'm good... you guys must feel pretty sheepish now...


    [/quote]

    WTF?
    Seriously, are you drunk when you post, or do just have a severe disconnect with reality?

    Read what I posted (and you later bolded).
    [size=15pt]It isn't like they were taping the calls going in and then relaying them directly up to the booth and into Brady's headset.[/size]
    I don't know if I can make that any clearer.
    They were taping since 2000, OK.
    Again, these tapes are used for LATER ANALYSIS - not relayed directly into the game.
    Find me one link that says that there were any signals relayed directly into the game.


    Here is a link from espn.com: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3244687
    Nope, nothing in there that says that it was relayed directly into the game...

    Every team tapes the opposing sideline.
    The Patriots broke the rules about where they were taping from.
    That is the difference.
    It probably gave them a better vantage point to interpret the defensive signals when the tapes were analyzed later.
    So yes, they were cheating.
    And they got caught.
    And punished.
    End of story.

    And no, I don't feel sheepish in any way.
    Do you ever feel sheepish for proclaiming yourself right all the time, even when you are not?
    [/quote]

    You have to be drunk if don't think they have the technology to do that...

    I could find a link of the Steelers saying that the Patriot's play calling was suspiciously accurate...

    Sorry bud... I'm right... I've been right all along...

    I know it stings... but that's just pride fuckin with ya.
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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

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    I've had a huge smile on my face since I heard this story break last night...

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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

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    PFT.com brings up somethign rather interesting... Sen. Specter, who is leading the charge against Goodell, has a very large supporter in Comcast, who coincidentally was forced through political connections to carry NFLN on basic cable.

    Hmmm, anyone else think this renewed vigor to investigate SpyGate reeks of political retribution?
    Man, I knew there was more to this than just a Senator wanting attention.
    It is a Senator wanting to get paid.
    LOL!
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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

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    I've had a huge smile on my face since I heard this story break last night...

    I am just wishing it would all go away, kind of like Godell.
    LOL!

    I am tired of all this pooh (roids, cheating, troubled personalities and politicians).


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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

    "C" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
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    [quote author=Zeus link=topic=41996.msg719447#msg719447 date=1202483861]
    [quote author=C Mac D link=topic=41996.msg719433#msg719433 date=1202480578]
    [quote author=SKOL link=topic=41996.msg719367#msg719367 date=1202450736]
    [quote author=C Mac D link=topic=41996.msg719364#msg719364 date=1202447755]
    BTW... what was Belichik's record before he came to the Pats?
    CLE 1991 6 10 0 .375 3rd in AFC Central - - - -
    CLE 1992 7 9 0 .438 3rd in AFC Central - - - -
    CLE 1993 7 9 0 .438 3rd in AFC Central - - - -
    CLE 1994 11 5 0 .688 2nd in AFC Central 1 1 .500 Wild card; lost to Pittsburgh Steelers in AFC Divisional Game.
    CLE 1995 5 11 0 .313 4th in AFC Central - - -


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Belichick
    I guess it helps to have camera's filming the other team's warm-ups and play calls...
    And Tom Brady.

    =Z=
    Yeah, Tom Brady is great when he knows what defenses are going to be called... good point.

    This is what kills me here.
    Where on earth do people get the idea that Tom Brady would know what defense is going to be called?
    It isn't like they were taping the calls going in and then relaying them directly up to the booth and into Brady's headset.

    [/quote]

    God, I'm good... you guys must feel pretty sheepish now...


    [/quote]

    WTF?
    Seriously, are you drunk when you post, or do just have a severe disconnect with reality?

    Read what I posted (and you later bolded).
    [size=15pt]It isn't like they were taping the calls going in and then relaying them directly up to the booth and into Brady's headset.[/size]
    I don't know if I can make that any clearer.
    They were taping since 2000, OK.
    Again, these tapes are used for LATER ANALYSIS - not relayed directly into the game.
    Find me one link that says that there were any signals relayed directly into the game.


    Here is a link from espn.com: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3244687
    Nope, nothing in there that says that it was relayed directly into the game...

    Every team tapes the opposing sideline.
    The Patriots broke the rules about where they were taping from.
    That is the difference.
    It probably gave them a better vantage point to interpret the defensive signals when the tapes were analyzed later.
    So yes, they were cheating.
    And they got caught.
    And punished.
    End of story.

    And no, I don't feel sheepish in any way.
    Do you ever feel sheepish for proclaiming yourself right all the time, even when you are not?
    [/quote]

    You have to be drunk if don't think they have the technology to do that...

    I could find a link of the Steelers saying that the Patriot's play calling was suspiciously accurate...

    Sorry bud... I'm right... I've been right all along...

    I know it stings... but that's just pride fricken with ya.
    [/quote]

    I do not know if you were right or wrong because I haven't been reading this thread.

    But really, put a sock in it.
    "There is good and there is evil. And evil must be punished. Even in the face of Armageddon I will not compromise."

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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

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    I do not know if you were right or wrong because I haven't been reading this thread.

    But really, put a sock in it.
    It goes beyond just this thread, little one.
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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

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    I am just wishing it would all go away, kind of like Godell.
    LOL!

    I am tired of all this pooh (roids, cheating, troubled personalities and politicians).
    One would have to leave the continent to get away from all that & find a remote location somewhere.

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

    "C" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    WTF?
    Seriously, are you drunk when you post, or do just have a severe disconnect with reality?

    Read what I posted (and you later bolded).
    [size=15pt]It isn't like they were taping the calls going in and then relaying them directly up to the booth and into Brady's headset.[/size]
    I don't know if I can make that any clearer.
    They were taping since 2000, OK.
    Again, these tapes are used for LATER ANALYSIS - not relayed directly into the game.
    Find me one link that says that there were any signals relayed directly into the game.


    Here is a link from espn.com: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3244687
    Nope, nothing in there that says that it was relayed directly into the game...

    Every team tapes the opposing sideline.
    The Patriots broke the rules about where they were taping from.
    That is the difference.
    It probably gave them a better vantage point to interpret the defensive signals when the tapes were analyzed later.
    So yes, they were cheating.
    And they got caught.
    And punished.
    End of story.

    And no, I don't feel sheepish in any way.
    Do you ever feel sheepish for proclaiming yourself right all the time, even when you are not?
    You have to be drunk if don't think they have the technology to do that...

    I could find a link of the Steelers saying that the Patriot's play calling was suspiciously accurate...

    Sorry bud... I'm right... I've been right all along...

    I know it stings... but that's just pride fricken with ya.
    Now you're just being silly for the sake of arguing...
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: Patriots employee filmed Rams the night before Super Bowl XXXVI

    Can someone please explain to me what the advantage is in taping from a sideline Vs taping from the stands, a press box etc? Is it that you can also get audio combined with the video?

    Are teams not allowed to change their signals once in a while so that when they face a team that has their old signals, they can pull the jedi mind trick on them and call a blitz when the signal was previously used for a different defense?


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